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2006 Chevy Aveo when reaching highway speeds of 55-60 steering wheel starts to shake and vibrate

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Check to make sure that the nuts are tight on both front wheels. If OK then you might have lost a balance wieght or bent a rim if a pot hole or curb has been struck. Have the front wheels checked at a tire place.

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